Everton fans fear end for Seamus Coleman after Watford nightmare

Fans await kick off prior to the Premier League match between Everton FC and Newcastle United at Goodison Park on December 5, 2018 in Liverpool, United Kingdom.

The Everton right-back scored an own goal in Monday's 2-2 draw.

Fans await kick off prior to the Premier League match between Everton FC and Newcastle United at Goodison Park on December 5, 2018 in Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Some Everton fans fear the end of Seamus Coleman's Goodison Park career is nigh.

Coleman signed for the Toffees from Sligo Rovers in January 2009, costing the Merseyside club a bargain £60,000.

And the 30-year-old has spent the best part of the decade as Everton's first-choice right-back, when fit and available.

 

But questions are being raised about Coleman's future after Everton's 2-2 draw with Watford on Monday night, in which the Irishman struggled against the Hornets' attackers and scored the away side's equalising goal.

This is what those of a Toffees persuasion are saying about the player, who missed much of 2017 with a broken leg inflicted by the Wales and Aston Villa left-back, Neil Taylor, while playing for Ireland...

 

 

 

 

 

 

‏ @_CARLOS__R: Heads fell off since the derby. ******** second half I’ve ever watched. Coleman needs to just go away. One of the worst refereeing performances I’ve ever seen. Everton put such a smile on my face.

 

Jack Sullivan‏ @JackSulli92: I would never slag off Mr Seamus Coleman but he is absolutely ***** #EFC

 

Jordan Laite‏ @JordLaite22: Coleman needs legging soon fellas getting worse and worse but gets rimmed by arl fellas because he’s “Everton him” *********

 

Jake Burke‏ @JakeBurke96: Coleman’s ******* ***** but it’s sound cause ‘he’s Everton’ **** off

 

Everton took a first-half lead through their £40 million summer signing, from Watford of all clubs, Richarlison, before Coleman put past Jordan Pickford.

Abdolouaye Doucoure put the Hornets in front shortly afterwards, but a Lucas Digne free-kick deep into second-half stoppage time rescued a point for Marco Silva's side.

Seamus Coleman of Everton wears an Altogether Now T shirt before the Premier League match between Everton and Watford at Goodison Park on December 10, 2018 in Liverpool, England.

Can Coleman get back to his best at Everton?

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